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04-12-13
Prime Minister-designate Tammam Salamís rejection of a national unity Cabinet is putting him on a collision course with March 8 parties which insist on an all-embracing government to supervise the parliamentary elections, political sources said Thursday.

04-11-13
Progressive Socialist Party leader Walid Jumblat criticized al-Mustaqbal bloc for taking part in drafting a law that was approved by parliament on Wednesday to suspend deadlines applicable under the 1960 electoral law until May 19.

04-11-13
Prime Minister-designate Tammam Salam pointed out on Thursday the draft-law that was approved by the parliament to suspend deadlines applicable under the 1960 electoral law will facilitate the formation of his cabinet.

04-11-13
Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea expressed concern on Thursday over reports saying that Hizbullah fighters are deeply involved in battles on Syrian territories.

04-11-13
Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri slammed as ďa criminal actĒ the publishing of a list of alleged witnesses in the assassination case of his father, statesman Rafik Hariri.

04-11-13
Caretaker Foreign Affairs Minister Adnan Mansour downplayed Wednesday Syriaís violations of Lebanonís border, saying relations with Damascus should remain in the context of ďsisterly ties.Ē

04-11-13
President Michel Sleiman urged Ankara Wednesday to multiply efforts to secure the release of the nine Lebanese hostages held in Syria.

04-11-13
The World Travel & Tourism Council estimated the tourism industryís direct contribution to the Lebanese economy would decline by 2.1 percent this year, as industry sources said the hotel occupancy rate fell by 30 percent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2013.

04-11-13
Lebanonís Parliament agreed Wednesday to suspend the candidacies for the upcoming elections, which would allow lawmakers more time to formulate a new electoral law.

04-11-13
Progressive Socialist Party leader MP Walid Jumblatt denounced Wednesday the ďsuspicious terrorist bombingsĒ that have taken place in Damascus.

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